Plant Sale Preview Party

Preview Party
Friday May 5th, 2017

5:30PM – 8PM
Center for Urban Horticulture
3501 NE 41st Street
Seattle, WA 98105

Preview Party on Friday, May 5, a Foundation fundraiser. Tickets are only $30 and available now through Brown Paper Tickets.

Start the Plant Sale weekend with a party! Master Gardeners know the annual Plant Sale is the place to buy your best plants. But everyone should know about the great time you have at the Preview Party on Friday evening, May 5.  Plan to be there early, this year the sale will open at 4:00PM. Plan to pick up your badge, purchase plants before the party starts at 5:30. There will be some special selections available for party goers only inside the party.

Tony Lewis and KaffeineCelebrating Cinco de Mayo, we have Karen Binkhorst serving up hors d’ oeuvres with a Mexican flavor.  Special guest, Cisco Morris and our celebrity Chef Lynne Vea will be tasting and determining their favorites.  Bill Grassie with his red wines, Chateau St Michelle with whites, Mac and Jack beer, Golden Margarita plus favorite desserts from South Seattle Community College are featured. Pyramid Catering is working with us to provide a table of choice dips, salsas and more.  Tony Lewis and his Jazz band, Kaffeine, are back.  .

Our own Master Gardener and local garden celebrity, Ciscoe Morris, will award the coveted Golden Brussels Sprout Award to the crowd’s choice as winner of the Herb Hors d’oeuvres Challenge.Golden Brussels Sprouts Award

Plan on being there. It is the kick-off to the 2017 gardening season in style. Invite your friends and family, and shop ahead of the crowds while you party. We hope to see you there! You can count on a wonderful evening, good fun, and the pick of the plants!

If you have questions, contact the Preview Party Committee at


Updated February 26, 2017



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